Yellow-crowned Amazon Parrots Amazona ochrocephala

Yellow-crowned Amazon
Yellow-crowned Amazon
The Yellow-crowned Amazon: the yellow crown that gives the parrot its name can be a fuller yellow head or just a small patch of yellow on the brow.
Yellow-crowned Amazon
Yellow-crowned Amazon
Yellow-crowned Amazon
The nominal subspecies, A. o. ochrocephala, is native to northeast South America from Colombia to the Guyanas and northeast Brazil.
Yellow-crowned Amazon
Yellow-crowned Amazon
Yellow-crowned Amazon
The bill is dark with a pinkish patch on the upper mandible.
Marajo Yellow-crowned Amazon
Marajo Yellow-crowned Amazon
Marajo Yellow-crowned Amazons
The Marajo Yellow-crowned/Yellow-headed Amazon, Amazona ochrocephala xantholaema, is native to Marajo Island in the Amazon delta, northeast Brazil. It often has a full yellow face.
PANAMA AMAZON
Panama Yellow-headed Amazon
Panama Yellow-crowned Amazon
The Panama Amazon/ Panama Yellow-crowned/-headed Amazon, Amazona panamensis/ Amazona ochrocephala panamensis, is sometimes included as a Yellow-crowned subspecies and sometimes treated as a full separate species.
Panama Yellow-headed Amazons
Panama Yellow-crowned Amazons
It is native to Panama through to northwest Colombia and has a horn-coloured beak with dark tips.


(The Yellow-headed and Yellow-naped Amazons are sometimes considered subspecies and sometimes treated as full separate species. See links below.)